Posts Tagged ‘lesson ideas’

Impressionist Landscapes, Impressive Poetry, and Huge Paper Sculptures Made from Trash

April 25th, 2012 Comments off

Every year the teachers who graduate from the Art & Language Arts program share an exciting array of creative lesson ideas and remarkable student work—and this year was no exception. On Saturday, April 14, 2012, the Getty Museum hosted its 12th annual Culminating Event of the Art & Language Arts program. This year we had the great fortune to hear from artist Kim Abeles, who inspired teachers with her socially- and environmentally-engaged works of art.

Registration Now Open for the Annual Art & Language Arts Culminating Event

March 23rd, 2012 Comments off

Gain new ideas for integrating art and language arts by attending the Culminating Event of the 2011–2012 class of the Art & Language Arts program. Not only will you take home over 30 new lesson ideas, but you will also hear from internationally acclaimed artist Kim Abeles, who will share insights about her work and the impact of art on her life.

Art & Language Arts Culminating Event

Register now for the Art & Language Arts Culminating Event and discover new interdisciplinary ideas for the classroom. Call (310) 440-7322 to register.

800-Year-Old Manuscripts Connect to the Present Day

January 30th, 2012 Comments off

Teachers in this year’s Art & Language Arts program discovered just how illuminating medieval books can be! Last Saturday at the Getty Center, teachers learned how books were made in the Middle Ages, created laws for imaginary kingdoms, illuminated tales of dragons and angels, and more!